NBN Co adds new speeds but not for all, Optus offers premium 4G, Cybertruck crashes on launch — Vertical Hold Episode 256
How will NBN Co’s proposed speed changes affect you? Should Optus be offering “priority” access to its 4G network? And can we talk about the Tesla Cybertruck without collapsing into a fit of giggles? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Does Google Wi-Fi live up to the hype, or is Google cutting corners to save costs? Why is Optus spending a billion dollars on bush…
Telstra’s been hit recently with wave after wave of outages, which sucks if you’re a Telstra customer. Taking a slightly longer term view, however, this could be beneficial for everybody.
Telstra doesn’t have many MVNOs to speak of, but if you’re on the Telstra network, you should get free data anyway.
Is Apple ripping customers off with Error 53 iPhone bricking, or following sensible security policy? Why is PayPal refusing to take money for VPN services? What caused Telstra’s Australia-wide outage With special guest Hannah Francis!
Foxtel has a plan to block access to piracy sites — but will it make a difference? Meanwhile, there’s some great mobile data deals available right now, but is this the beginning of a mobile data price war? All this, and much more, including Zuckerberg’s charity change of heart and the latest NBN Snafu in the latest episode of Vertical Hold, where we channel-surf through the headlines in search of the big picture.
There’s no shortage of choices when it comes to data roaming when overseas, but there’s a real shortage of 4G roaming options. Globalgig’s new deal…
Vodafone’s traditionally steered clear of the fixed line broadband market, being a mobile telco and all. It’s just launched its latest product that’s aimed pretty…
Telstra’s launched its trial of its nationwide “free” Wi-Fi today. So naturally I had to test it.